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Mar 16, 2013 12:00pm EDT
. this opportunity is really special. my name is the nasa and i am with the national rifle association. -- my name is vannessa and i am with the national rifle association. i feel like i represent many of you here today. i was in college a few short years ago with plans to change the world through public service. you are here because you have that same passion and drive. sight.lose remember why you came to cpac. stay inspired. bitious. next things up like our speaker. she is a strong feminist leader -- feminine leader. she stands for god, country, and freedom. there is a cultural authenticity that is unique to her. she breaks the mold and it scares her opponents. she gets key common sense conservatives elected into office. as a pioneer, patriot, wife, and mom. she is an outdoor enthusiast and wraps it all together with an undeniable charm and confidence. ladies and gentlemen, please join me in welcoming sarah palin. [applause] >> as all of you know i am not remotely: of to be sarah palin. enough tootely cool be sarah palin. but i could not resist this moment to come out and say a word about my fri
Mar 16, 2013 10:45am EDT
half to care about how much he knows. we know, nasa we know how much he cares. that is a part of what we have to be able to bring over. it is not how much we know, it is that they know how much we care. as arthur talks about communicating, that will be one of the premises as we go ahead and try to move ahead. one of the big challenges we face -- i don't know if we have a chance to talk about it here, but i know from talking to each each of my colleagues on different occasions, it is something that challenges all of us. we measure inputs, how many people work for us, what is the size of our budget, all of that. then you go through a stage and you measure output, how many conferences that you have, how the papers did you produce, how may times were your people on tv? what we have to get to, throughout the whole business of policy politics, is how do we measure outcomes? not just input, output, but outcomes. we have to get better at doing that. we have to get better at staying focused. that is why in past years, i have been so proud to work with my colleagues, ed crane, former head of ca
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